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nzorn
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View 6 New Events in Log: SSO credentials locked for user

This isn't really a problem, but I'm just trying to figure out why it's logging this, and what exactly is it doing?

After upgrading to View 6.0.2 I noticed these lines in the Event database:

SSO credentials locked for user

It seems these messages are generated every time a user locks their workstation.  I do not get another event when they unlock it.

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nzorn
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bump

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mjbtechie
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I would also like to know what this means.

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Gaurav_Baghla
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

I think Single Sign is not working in your environment

VMware KB: Single Sign-on does not work in VMware View Desktops

Regards Gaurav Baghla Opinions are my own and not the views of my employer. https://twitter.com/garry_14
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nzorn
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I don't think that's the case for me as my users do not have to enter in their credentials twice.

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Joeytjuh
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I also am experiencing the same events, since the update to version 6.0.2.

Any news on this event yet?

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Gaurav_Baghla
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

I think these are safe just reproduced in my lab

Steps:

1.Launch a desktop from client.

2.Select lock from start menu.

3.Launch Admin UI.

4.Go to 'Monitoring->Events' page .

5.Verify the 'Message' list.

Regards Gaurav Baghla Opinions are my own and not the views of my employer. https://twitter.com/garry_14
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Joeytjuh
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You are right...

The event is generated when a user locks his virtual desktop ( windows + L ).

This is a nice event for the system admins, but the "monitoring" ( events ) are stil to minimal.

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nzorn
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I guess you guys missed this in my first post:

"It seems these messages are generated every time a user locks their workstation.  I do not get another event when they unlock it."

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